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Unfortunately, beta sites do not get custom migration targets. If you happen upon a question that you think would fare better on a different site, feel free to flag for moderation attention and ask for it to be migrated. Do keep in mind, though, that only high-quality off-topic questions should be migrated. If a question is on-topic on Politics, or if it's ...


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The migration was rejected by medical sciences stack exchange, so I reopened the question. When answering it, please try to avoid going into medical details.


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Politics Stack Exchange is still in beta. Beta sites do not allow to set migration target sites other than their own meta. But moderators can migrate a question to any stack exchange site they want nevertheless. So when you find a question which is off-topic here but would be on-topic on a different stack exchange site, flag it for "in need of moderator ...


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This Q has been raised numerous times on Meta.SE: one, two, three, and the consensus is that, migrating old Q's is generally a bad idea, its downsides overweight its benefit. Just VTC, and if a new SE site has emerged since then, nothing prevents you from asking it there, providing the link to the existing Q here.


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You would have to have a community manager migrate it at this point. Site mods have a 60 day window, same as close-migrate votes. You'd need a super compelling reason to get it moved at this point. Just leave it. See Migrate to *any* site?


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user4012 mentioned this in a comment, but it was strong enough that I think it's the actual answer: SE migration policy prevents this from being a viable option. Questions should not be migrated just because they are a better fit for another site. Questions should be migrated when they are off-topic on the current site. In addition to that, it looks like ...


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